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The Legacy of Dewey and Gramsci for Critically Interpreting Interaction

Puce noire 6th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis : Discursive Spaces. Politics, Practices and Power , Omer Moussaly

Conférence tenue le 24 juin 2011

John Dewey and the Crisis of Twentieth Century Liberalism

The twentieth century saw the rise and fall of authoritarian forms of State communism in many parts of the world. It also witnessed the end of laissez faire liberalism.

For western democracies in Europe and the U.S, the most tumultuous period of history was assuredly the one between the two World Wars. War, along with the Great Depression helped foster general doubt about the peaceful future of pluralist societies. Liberal intellectuals were hard pressed to come up with solutions to the social and economic problems of modern capitalism. As Marx predicted in The Communist Manifesto as well as in the pages of Capital, the bourgeoisie was creating economic forces that it could no longer master.

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